|Degree:||Bachelor of Culture and Arts, 240 cr|
|Field of Education:||Culture|
|Tuition Fee:||No tuition fee|
|Place of Study:||Tampere, Finlaysoninkatu
|Start Date:||August 2013|
|Applications:||Joint application for English degree programmes
7 Jan to 12 Feb 2013
Media Programme pre-task 2013 (pdf)
Best learning outcomes achieved through practice
Aino Yrjänä, Finland
Degree programme in the growing phase
Sabrina Seidl, Austria
Media professionals have a lot to choose from
Eeva-Kaisa Ahlamo, Finland
New directions with Media
Douglas Symon, England
The focus of the programme is on interactive media content design and production, as of 2013 also music and event production.
The students learn about current media issues exploiting main study paths Interactive Media study path and Music Production study path. These main paths are divided into “sub study paths” (e.g game design, music business) , which will help students in choosing their specialisation. Choosing studies across other study paths is also possible.
The first year provides a broad perspective on digital design, production business, and skills in the selected specialisation. The following three years consist of secondary subject studies, working with customers, studies abroad, practical training, the bachelor’s thesis and free choice studies.
The areas of application include web design and services, game design, visual design and motion graphics, production and content design, music production and music business, song writing, sound design, event production, entrepreneurship and cultural export.
Studying in the Media Programme is typically hands-on, project-based, business-oriented, international and most often conducted in cooperation with partner companies.
The Media Programme is located in the old Finlayson cotton mill, right in the heart of the City of Tampere, surrounded by museums, theatres as well as new media, ICT and art companies.
This tag cloud illustrates the hobbies and interests, areas of expertise and dream jobs of the Media Programme students who started in August 2012. (Picture generated by Wordle.net)
Graduates of the Media Programme have found work as Animators, Art Directors, Concept Designers, Game Artists, Graphic Designers, Project Managers, Producers, UI Designers, Web Designers, Web Programmers, Music Producers, Sound Designers, Song Writers, Performing Artists, Live Sound and Light Engineers, Event Producers, Production Managers.
For information regarding the application process: admissions(at)tamk.fi
For information regarding programme contents:
Mr Timo Kivikangas, Head of Degree Programme
Study Secretary: Ms Päivi Sohlman
Study Advisor: Ms Kirsi-Marja Uimonen
Contact: Search from TAMK staff members
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How to Apply
7 Jan -
12 Feb 2013
Previously written theses
(in the previous Finnish language Media programme)